Dr. Natalie Dixon is part of affect lab, a research hub and creative studio. Her work explores issues of belonging, otherness, race and gender through the lens of media and technology. Dixon’s most recent research project explores the ethics of care in cities using sensory methodologies. Her research has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and featured in international media. Recently, as a research fellow at Het Nieuwe Instituut she presented How to Read a Story About Burn-Out a research project and performance reading for audiences at the Dutch pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2018) and at Het Nieuwe Instituut (2019). Together with Klasien van de Zandschulp, she is currently working on the interactive documentary Good Neighbours and together they are invited fellows at the Institute of Network Cultures (Amsterdam). Dixon is a frequent guest speaker and moderator at media and arts festivals. She lectures at various international universities including ArtEZ University, the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam and the University of Johannesburg. She is an alumna of the University of Amsterdam and holds a PhD from Goldsmiths College (London).